Are slides made of metal still available to buy for kids?
Or only plastic ones?
I am looking around online for a simple playset to get for my kid at some point, and I noticed all the slides are plastic. I personally get shocked very easily from all the static electricity that builds up in the plastic slides- to the point where it is uncomfortable for me to catch my son at the bottom of the slide as I know I will get a big shock. So i was looking online for metal ones and could not find one. I was wondering if they had made some rules about them that I didn't know about?
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